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This powerpoint was used for my Tech Talk on Wikis. The entire presentation can be viewed on Elluminate.

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    Tech Talk Wiki Tech Talk Wiki Presentation Transcript

    • Wikis in the Classroom Karolee Smiley
    • What is your wiki expertise?
      • A- What’s a wiki?
      • B- I have dabbled in the wiki world.
      • C- I have used wikis.
      • D- I’m a wiki-wizard!
    • Why wiki?
      • Wiki - “quick”
      • Collaborative
      • Soft-security
      • WYSIWYG
      • Open Source
    • Wikis: product or process?
      • How do we use the wiki?
      • Products- Users tend to use the wiki as a consumer, using it as a reference or a resource.
      • Process- Users tend to contribute to the wiki, collaborating with other contributers to create an ever-changing product.
    • Wiki Products
      • Wikipedia (for most of us)
      • Class online “textbook”
      • Media center subject guides
      • Library review center
      • Staff “lounge”
    • Wiki Process
      • Online collaboration-
        • All users are equal contributors
        • Asynchronous
        • Geographical limitations
      • Problem based learning
        • Means of Collaboration
        • Means of Product
    • Advantages of wikis
      • Digital Native: creators as well as consumers
      • Future literacy and collaborative skills
      • Writing skills
      • Community of practice
      • On-demand learning
    • Disadvantages of wikis
      • Privacy/security needs of minors
      • Competition for page access
      • Personal attachment to content and peer editing
      • Unstructured nature
      • Collaborative skills- norming a community ethos
      • Content cloning
    • Wiki Tools and Navigation
    • Wiki page editing
    • Wiki folders and files
    • Wiki Settings
    • Wiki Users
    • Wiki security
    • Wiki Accountability
    • Wiki Security
    • Wiki sample
    • Wiki pages
    • Student Wiki products Student work Peer reviews
    • Wiki logistics
      • For most wikis, only one computer has editing rights on a given page
      • Internet connection
      • Clearly communicate group “norms”
    • Wiki Feedback
      • My students felt:
      • Wikis were new and unfamiliar
      • The learning curve was steep
      • They liked the ability to share
      • They found comments and feedback useful, although they were challenging to write
    • Wiki Options
      • http:// pbworks .com/
      • “ Its as easy as a peanut butter sandwich”
      • http://www. wikimatrix .org/
      • Find the wiki that is right for your needs!